Dixon Azel loves sunshine, processed cheese, and network news. He drives a modest car and lives in a modest home. He is tall, good-looking, and has a charming smile. Dixon Azel is in imminent danger of going to hell.
As a demon soul broker in the employ of The Corporation—the business side of hell—he’s hit a run of bad luck. The younger brokers say he’s lost his touch, and the boss has given him an ultimatum: meet the quota by year-end, or go back to HQ for retraining.
There was a time when he would have no problem convincing ten lonely singles to trade a soul for the object of their desires. Dixon refuses to believe that time has passed.
Dixon’s reputation is nearly restored when a scandal ensnares him, shaking his beliefs of good and evil in the corporate marketplace. Disillusioned and reckless, Dixon abandons a century of caution to pursue the final soul for his redemption: the unwinnable woman who challenges everything he knows.
He must choose whether to cling to the career he has mastered but hates, or risk all to explore the dangers of sleeping with the enemy.
A satirical Urban Fantasy set in the American Southwest, INFERNAL STOCK was written by a survivor of corporate bureaucracy. Full of dark humor, it is the tale of an affable guy working for a heartless corporation, where the CEO happens to be Satan.
Our hats are old!
Our heads are bare!
Our heads are cold!
We all need new hats, it’s clear!
Thank goodness Happy Hat Day’s nearly here.
Another silly rhyming Kindle book for kids from Gerald Hawksley.
“Hat-tastic!” – Hattie MacHat
“Mad hats!” – The Mad Hatter
“Hats off!” – Trilby Bowler
DO say “please”, if you’d like some cheese.
DON’T attempt to juggle bees.
DO remember where you keep your toes.
DON’T balance an elephant on your nose.
Packed with completely useless advice and jolly illustrations, this charming rhyming picture book is a simple, silly guide to life, which will enlighten and entertain silly children (and silly adults) everywhere! A silly rhyming picture book for children by Gerald Hawksley, created especially for the Kindle.
And DO see if you can spot the mouse on every page!
Have you ever wanted to ride a dolphin or dreamed of playing on a rainbow as if it were a waterslide?
How would you feel if someone tried to kidnap you, and you were forced to move to Hawai’i to hide and live with people you don’t know? That happened to Harmonie.
Come meet Harmonie, her new Mystic Princess friends, and find out what happens when her enemies, the Children of Ares, find her again.
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